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Who are the patients t hat have clubbing of their fingers and toes, peripheral edema, right-sided heart failure, and an oxygen saturation below 87%?
patients who have chronic hypoxia
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The human fetus develops fingers and toes between 28 and 54 days after conception but cannot develop fingers and toes before or after that time. This is an example of:
a critical period.
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growth of fingers and toes.
One of the first signs of the growth spurt is:
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(all of the above.)They have hollow bones. Their tail was stiff and acted as a body balance. They have claws on all fingers and toes. Their teeth (most of them) were generally sharp, large, serrated, and recurved.
which of the following is true about theropods
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Numbness in fingers and toes
Which of the following is NOT an example of the physical effects of communication apprehension?
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Which clinical manifestations are seen in both patients with Buerger’s disease and Raynaud’s phenomenon (select all that apply) a. intermittent fevers b. sensitivity to cold temperatures c. gangrenous ulcers on fingertips d. color changes of fingers and toes e. episodes of superficial vein thrombosis
B,C,D
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A client is brought to the emergency department following a motor vehicle accident. Which of the following nursing assessment is significant in diagnosing this client with flail chest? a) Clubbing of fingers and toes b) Respiratory acidosis c) Paradoxical chest movement d) Chest pain on inspiration
c) Paradoxical chest movement Explanation: Flail chest occurs when two or more adjacent ribs fracture and results in impairment of chestwall movement. Respiratory acidosis and chest pain are symptoms that can occur with flail chest but is not as significant in the diagnosis as paradoxical chest movement. Clubbing of fingers and toes are sign of prolonged tissue hypoxia. pg.612
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Small movements made by fingers and toes are known as _____ motor skills.
Small movements made by fingers and toes are known as _____ motor skills. Select one: a. athletic b. primitive c. fine d. gross